In a recent interaction with Zoom TV, Mallika Sherawat has opened up on how nudity has become commonplace for women in cinema.

Mallika shared how she feels that the society has evolved as a whole, stating " I think we've really evolved as a society because now frontal nudity is accepted," adding, "When I started my career, just a kissing scene was not accepted." The actress also went on to say, "Now frontal nudity for women is acceptable."

The bold and beautiful actress, Mallika Sherawat is undoubtedly the original queen of erotica in Indian cinema.

Originally from Haryana, she created quite a storm in the industry with her hot steamy performances.

The actress, who shot to fame with the film Murder has been known for her bold on screen presence in movies, both Indian and in Hollywood.

Now, in a recent interaction, quoted in Zoom TV, Mallika opened up on how nudity has become commonplace for women in cinema.

In this interview, popular Bollywood actors, Esha Gupta and Mallika Sherawat spoke about their thrilling and steamy web series Nakaab. 

The two also opened up on how far the audience has come in accepting queer relationships and on-screen erotica.

Mallika Sherawat moved to the US in 2013. She is currently living in Los Angeles and often shares pictures  and videos from her home on instagram.

Mallika Sherawat has starred in many films like Murder, Aap Ka Suroor, Welcome, Pyar Ke Side Effects and Double Dhamaal. The actress has also worked in international projects like Jackie Chan-starrer The Myth, Politics of Love and Time Raiders. Her latest film is RK/RKay, directed by Rajat Kapoor. She is also a part of Rosie: The Saffron Chapter, which marks the Bollywood debut of Shweta Tiwari’s daughter Palak Tiwari. The horror film also stars Arbaaz Khan.